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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
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You can now learn a skill that has 95% efficacy in reversing canine mobility issues. A multitude of diseases can cause canines difficulty to maintain their mobility. Conditions like sarcopenia, hip dysplasia, knuckling, arthritis, osteoarthrosis, and chronic intervertebral hip disease cause dogs to lose bone density and reduced muscle mass and develop joint problems. These issues are particularly pronounced in...
Diabetes is common in dogs and cats – which means brushing up on your knowledge of the disease is always a good idea. Diabetes mellitus is an endocrine disease that affects 1 in 300 canines and felines. The disease results in relative and absolute insulin deficiency, causing a chronic carbohydrate metabolism disorder. Middle-aged dogs and middle-aged to older cats show...
Data Science can ensure you are on the right path toward remission Cancer treatment can be frustrating. You get the patients on a treatment regimen that you think is likely to bring remissions, but the results are not in your favor. The clients have that worried look on their faces, and you have to think about how to deal with...
pregnant
Communication and accommodation support healthy pregnancies and a positive return-to-work experience for veterinarians who are also new mothers. Women now comprise 63% of the veterinary workforce. This means veterinary teams need to be aware of the unique considerations of their female staff during pregnancies, along with when they return to work after giving birth. For this article, I spoke with...
Herbs
Knowing something about the sources, formulations and quality verification protocols used by product manufacturers are all essential ways to ensure the herbs you are using in your practice are safe and of the best quality. Therapeutic herbs are being used with increasing frequency for both companion and working animals. This means it’s important for veterinarians to know how to determine...
Family Violence
By recognizing indications of animal cruelty and reporting suspected cases for investigation, veterinarians may not only save the lives of animals but also human family members living in the same environment. Since the 1990s, veterinarians have recognized that innovative One Health responsibilities may include the response to abuse and neglect of animals and, by extension, humans. The “Link” movement describes areas...
Tui-na
Tui-na is an ancient Chinese form of medical massage that can have a profoundly healing effect on a range of conditions seen in veterinary practice, from osteoarthritis to respiratory symptoms. Tui-na is one of the five arms of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The others include herbology, acupuncture, Qigong, and food therapy. Tui-Na is a safe and effective manual therapy, with no...
From improving memory and cognition to strengthening muscles and enhancing quality of life, regular exercise is beneficial to the health and well-being of your geriatric canine patients. We’ve all seen it. The 80-year-old ladies lifting weights, doing Tai chi, going for power walks, staying healthy and mobile. These active octogenarians are striving for not only a long lifespan, but a...
CBD horses stress
Equine Clinical Study HempMy Pet™ and Tarleton University, a member of the Texas A&M University system have partnered together to examine and discover novel holistic approaches to decrease overall equine behavioral stress and stress caused by transportation. Equine stress or stress in general can be detrimental to the body over long periods of time and have damaging consequences throughout the...
Nosodes
Nosodes are a potent, safe and effective way to help dogs build specific immunity to many major canine diseases, without the risks and side effects caused by vaccines. In today’s world, immunity is a hot topic. Homeoprophylaxis is a great way to build solid protection against disease, and homeopathic remedies, including nosodes, can help with this process. Nosodes can be...